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TOPS Reports

A TOPS Report provides immediate feedback to the student, class assistant and teacher about the student's work in MathsFacts in a Flash.

The TOPS Report provides a means of student/teacher interaction and can be shared with parents or others to help students celebrate their successes.

  • the student's actual time for the practice or test
  • Note: If a student achieves a new best time for completing a test, a congratulations message will be included.

  • the number of problems answered correctly (accuracy)
  • the targets for time and accuracy
  • the correct answer to any problem the student got wrong

TOPS Reports can be set up to print automatically after a student finishes an online practice or test on a NEO 2 or Responder. See the TOPS Report preference for details.

TOPS Reports can be printed from the Assignment Book.

TOPS Reports cannot be printed from the Reports page.

TOPS Reports do not automatically print after a practice or test is completed on a computer or tablet. When students complete an practice or test on a computer or tablet using MathsFacts in a Flash Renaissance Place, they will see a screen with the results of their work. To view a TOPS Report of their work, students select TOPS (in the lower-right corner of the screen). The TOPS Report generates.

TOPS Reports do not print after offline work completed using

  • NEO 2s using the MathsFacts in a Flash (offline) SmartApplet
  • Renaissance Responder (RES-1001, using firmware version 2.xx)
  • Renaissance Home Connect
  1. On the Home page, select MathsFacts in a Flash, then Assignment Book. The Assignment Book page opens.

  2. If necessary, use the School and Class drop-down lists to choose the school and class.
  3. Tick the box by each student you want to include.
  4. To include all of the students on the page, tick the Student box in the column heading.

  5. Along the left side of the page, under Reports, select TOPS.
  6. The report generates and displays in Adobe Reader, either in your browser or in another window.

  7. Review the report and decide what you want to do.
  8. If it opens in a browser window, to save or print it, use the Adobe Reader buttons. If you try to use the browser's print function instead, only the top of the page will print. (In Adobe Reader X or XI, the Adobe Reader buttons may be hidden until you move the mouse over the bottom center of the document or press F8.)

    To go back to your Assignment Book, select Assignment Book in the navigation bar.